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Alleged texts between Cameron and Clare show plot to fake MAFS storyline and get paid

MAFS couple Cameron Frazer and Clare Kerr
Cameron Frazer and Clare Kerr get exposed. Pic credit: Lifetime

Married at First Sight Season 17 will arguably go down as one of the worst in the show’s history, and now we know why.

Part 1 of the reunion just aired, and the cast dropped a major bombshell that they were all faking it!

Cameron Frazer was allegedly the mastermind behind the entire thing, pitching an idea to the cast of how to rig the system and still get paid.

It’s hard to tell what was real and what was fake during the season, with so much manipulation happening behind the scenes.

However, leaked texts allegedly between Cameron and his wife, Clare Kerr, have surfaced online, proving they were strategizing.

Cameron has been spilling the tea about his castmates on the MAFS Afterparty, but the reunion proved that the entire cast was involved in a plot to deceive the experts, production, and viewers.

Alleged leaked text shows Cameron and Clare’s plot

Part 1 of the MAFS reunion was one for the books as the cast turned against each other and finally confessed that they were all in on a plot to fake it for the cameras.

After that tea was spilled, @mafsfan had receipts from alleged text messages between Clare and Cameron that shed more light on their plan.

“I was sent these from an anonymous source. These are allegedly texts between Clare and Cameron,” the page reported. “Cameron is gray text. Clare is green text.”

In one text exchange, Cameron tells Clare about a “loop hole,” seemingly referring to the signing of their wedding certificate, which would legalize the marriage.

“We don’t have to get divorced. I’ll explain, we can make it like this never happened if we want,” he said.

Clare responded, “I totally caught on. We just don’t have to sign it within the 30 days they asked.”

In another exchange, the pair discussed “Plan A,” which was saying things on camera to ensure they get paid.

“We start talking about kids on camera and our disagreements,” said Cameron. “The moment the move in check comes, we sight irreconcilable differences and leave. Thoughts?”

“There will be filming if we want the other checks,” he added.

MAFS couple Cameron and Clare put their plan into action

In the text exchange, there was mention of Lauren Good, who decided to opt out of their evil plan.

However, Clare and Cameron went all in, and in the messages, they mentioned a scene that played out.

“Okay let’s get this b**ch done. Remember from now on we are cold to one another on camera. The switch has been flipped and now it’s a race to the finish,” said Cameron.

“Ya it’s time to go. We’ve got this,” responded Clare.

“What if we surprised everyone and said, ‘We’re getting a divorce too’ That would really get this b**ch done,” pitched Cameron.

That plot played out on camera during a group dinner where Clare and Cameron told the cast they were divorcing. Now we know the dramatics were all for TV.

Married At First Sight airs on Wednesdays at 8/7c on Lifetime.

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Nancy
Nancy
2 months ago

This was the worst season of MAFS. I don’t understand why any of the cast signed up. They ruined the experience. They shouldn’t even get paid for doing what they did. That is horrible. I have been watching MAFS from the beginning. I hope that there will be more seasons of MAFS, that will include people who really want to do the experiment and not try to fool everyone and the experts.

Seveen Jaja
Seveen Jaja
2 months ago

And that’s why the show needs to forget the group housing, vacations and honeymoon.

Janice K. Love
Janice K. Love
1 month ago

IF YOU THINK CLARE WAS SO INNOCENT..YOU ARE BLINDED ! LOOK HOW SHE TOLD EMILY A NASTY RUMOR AND BY ALL ACCOUNTS SHE WAS STARTING TROUBLE. SHE COMES OFF AS BECCA AND EMILY’S GREAT SUPPORT SYSTEM AND I THINK IT’S ALL FAKE…CLARE I A SCAMMER